Robert Barton's Copies Coffey (Diarmid). O'Neill and Ormond. A Chapter in Irish History. Maunsel 1914, First, cloth. Inscribed on h.t. 'To Robert Barton from his friend the author in memory of much work done at Glendalough'; Greene & Stephens, J.M. Synge 1871-1909. NY 1959, First, d.w. Armorial bookplate of Robert Barton. (2) Robert Barton, whose home was at Glendalough House, was a former British officer who fought in France. Posted to Dublin at Easter 1916, he resigned his commission and became a Sinn Fein TD. He was the final signatory to the Anglo-Irish Treaty. He was a cousin of Erskine Childers, to whom the first book here is dedicated.